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In CC models 2" away that can attack question.
Ok I read somewhere and I can't find it again that models in CC 2" away get only 1 attack even if they have more and it can't be a special attack (what is considered a special attack?).
Is this true? If so can someone point out too me where it is in the BGB?
I know harlequins get to attack models 2" away with their full attacks/abilities as a special rule for them. So I am guessing other races/armies can't unless specified.
BGB, in the conducting a close combat section. It says that all engaged models can make their full attacks.
Engaged meaning either B2B with an enemy, or within 2" of a model that is B2B with it.
The rule you're quoting is from 3rd Ed.
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I never played 3rd edition.... :confused: nowonder i was confused.
I guess the Harli codex was printed during 3rd edition then.
Any official rules for Harlequins are older than that. I think they might have been in a Chapter Approved article some time during 3rd but they never fully existed in 3rd (ie no codex).Originally Posted by designer891
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